E-cigarettes might look colorful, but vaping is nothing like eating candy. Most e-cigs contain nicotine, which can be addicting and act as a gateway into other tobacco products.

Kids and teens don’t realize how dangerous smokeless tobacco is. These products contain nicotine and harmful chemicals.

Secondhand smoke isn’t just harmful indoors. Smokefree policies in outdoor spaces can protect against secondhand smoke exposure, and promote clean and healthy air that all Floridians deserve.

Your home should be a safe place for everyone. The only way to maintain a safe home and protect people from toxic secondhand smoke is by making sure the building is 100% smoke-free.

The majority of the billions of dollars the tobacco industry spends to promote their deadly products go to retail marketing. If their marketing weren’t so effective, thousands of kids wouldn’t start smoking every day.